Jeff's foray into radio is a relatively new career choice. He stepped up to the mic in 1995 as a fill-in host for another local radio station. Before he joined the ranks at WTMJ, most people recognized Jeff from his long and successful law career. He is a former federal prosecutor at the U.S. Attorney's Office for eleven and a half years where he was Head of the Organized Crime Task Force. In 1993, Jeff went into private practice and was also on the 1994 Republican candidate for State Attorney General.
For intelligent commentary and analysis of political and daily events, Milwaukee turns to the top-rated Midday with Charlie Sykes. Charlie is Wisconsin's most provocative, insightful radio talk show host and challenges conventional wisdom to provide listeners with the other side of the story.
Just a reminder that the start time of the Brewers-Red Sox game on Saturday got pushed back to 6:10 p.m. So we'll have a brief Wisconsin Sports Weekend for you starting at 5 with Brewers Extra Innings after the game.
Hopefully you enjoyed The Finals because it could be the last we see of the NBA for quite some time. Much like its gridiron counterpart the NBA is hip deep in labor strife and a lockout will most surely take place once the current CBA expires on June 30.
After a three game sweep of St. Louis the Brewers are in first place in the NL Central. The last time they led the division this deep in the season was on July 4, 2009. Two years ago the Brewers contended throughout the first half of the season but faded badly in the second half.